New Delhi. Car maker Maruti Suzuki has recalled over 7,000 Baleno RS cars. According to the information, this recall has been issued due to the problem in the braking system. Let us tell you that in the braking system, the cum pump is an equipment of the braking system, which creates a vacuum to power the brake booster. The company has issued this recall due to a defect in it.
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Let us tell you that the manufacturing of these cars has been done between 27 October 2016 and 1 November 2019. This recall is related to a defect in the vacuum pump, which helps with the brake function of the vehicle. The company has said that the affected vehicles may face some problem in applying the brake pedal.
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no accident happened
To rectify the issue, Maruti Suzuki’s authorized dealer workshops will contact the affected vehicle owners and arrange replacement of the defective parts free of cost. The company has assured customers that the recall has been issued as a precautionary measure. According to the company, no accident or injury has been reported so far due to this problem.
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What is vacuum pump?
A vacuum pump is a brake system element of a car that creates the vacuum needed to power the brake booster. A brake booster is a device that increases the force applied to the brake pedal, making it easier to slow or stop a vehicle.
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In January, Maruti Suzuki recalled 17,362 units of various models including the Alto K10, S-Presso, Eeco, Brezza, Baleno and Grand Vitara to replace a faulty airbag controller. The vehicles were produced between 8 December 2022 and 12 January 2023. Earlier in September last year, Maruti Suzuki had issued a recall of 5,002 units of commercial vehicle Super Carry (both petrol and CNG variants) due to a defect related to the seat belt buckle bracket.
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